The mission of the Center for Independent Living is to bring about real change in the lives of people with disabilities in order to achieve true Independent Living. The function of this role is to ensure the effective, efficient management, coordination of the human, financial and material resources of the CE Scheme and report to the Sponsoring Committee on its implementation.
Our service will provide free, 24/7 crisis support via text and instant messaging, provided by trained volunteers. Staff Supervisors work in shifts with teams of volunteers, supporting the volunteers to provide a truly round-the-clock service. As Platform Shift Leader, you act as the leader of a team of 2-3 Supervisors overseeing the work of volunteers remotely during shifts.
We are currently seeking applications for the following position: Grants Officer. To be successful you will require high level organisation, time management and writing skills as well as the ability to work collaboratively, manage relationships and motivate others.
This role will report directly to the Befriending Coordinator and will be responsible for delivering a wide range of social and civic experiences with a focus on reducing social isolation and improving mental and physical health. This is an exciting opportunity to join a diverse team of talented individuals.
This role will report directly to the Local Management Team and will work as part of a team to ensure an excellent standard of cleanliness and hygiene in our services and the same is maintained in the kitchen area and to undertake a variety of kitchen duties. This is an exciting opportunity to join a diverse team of talented individuals.
We are recruiting full & part time Home Care Assistants to work as part of our dedicated team in the areas of: Deansgrange, Dun Laoghaire, Shankill, Ballybrack, Loughlinstown, Monkstown, Glasthule, Sandycove. Home Care Assistants (HCA’s) work in the community alongside other healthcare professionals providing essential care in the homes of our clients.
Gheel Autism Services provides a wide range of services for adults with autism including day and vocational opportunities, outreach support and a variety of supported living options. Due to the on-going expansion of our service we currently have the following full-time vacancies throughout the service. The required experience and qualifications are listed separately for Autism Practitioners/Social Care Workers and Support Workers.
We have secured funding from the Department of Justice and Equality for a project that will focus on dialogue work with young people, their parents and families, around the issues of anti-racism and intercultural integration. We are now seeking a dynamic, positive and energetic person to join our Intercultural and Refugee Programme team in the new role of Administrative Assistant.
I am a 26-year-old man looking for someone to support me to be more independent and to assist me to make connections and develop relationships with people in my local community. I am looking for someone who is motivated, enthusiastic and creative. I am interested in RC cars, technology, swimming and machinery.
The purpose of this role is to promote the aims and objectives of Shine, promote and model recovery and discovery ethos and values and empowering people to manage their mental health effectively. Essential requirements include a recognised level 8 qualification in social care, community development, psychology or similar & a minimum of 2 years’ experience working within mental health.